Encouraging couples to think locally and sustainably for their big day, the Slow Weddings movement is quickly gaining ground.

Similar to the Slow Flower and Slow Food movements, which swept both industries with their concept of locally sourced products and support for small businesses, The Slow Weddings Movement is quickly gaining ground with couples across the country. Encouraging brides and grooms to think locally and sustainably, The Slow Weddings theory supports a more personal, memorable experience that encourages an enjoyable planning process, ultimately resulting in a celebration with distinctive style and individual touch
Arrangement from Slow Weddings vendor Teresa Sabankaya of Boony Doon Garden Company

To provide further insight to the movement and the organization that’s supporting it, we sat down with the founder of the Slow Weddings Network, Aimée Newlander.

Check out the full interview here!

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